|  Christine Marie Nielsen

New Brunswick Petroleum Rail Terminal May Include LPG in the Future, Says Company Exec

Editorial note: This story (in the eighth paragraph) was updated to reflect new details on the timing of the terminal's construction. The comments were from John Levson, vice president with Chaleur Terminals. A crude oil and refined products rail terminal slated open in northeastern New Brunswick, Canada, as soon as 2018 could also handle liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) in a future phase, John Levson, vice president at Chaleur Terminals Inc., told Energy Transport Insider this week. Chaleur Terminals, a subsidiary of Alberta, Canada-based Secure Energy Services, created the project at the Port of Belledune, a deep-water port in New Brunswick with acc...

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